Audiology Pre-Professional Program

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The undergraduate program in Communication Disorders is a pre-professional program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The curriculum introduces you to the many facets of the professions and prepares you for professional study at the M.S. level in speech-language pathology or at the Au.D. or Ph.D. level in audiology. Undergraduate course work in the junior and senior years focuses on normal aspects of hearing, speech, and language. Most of what you take in your freshman and sophomore years will apply to the undergraduate major requirements.

If you are a junior or a senior and you are convinced that audiology is for you, certain speech pathology courses normally taken by students that have not made up their minds about which profession to follow can be skipped. It is important to discuss your decision with the chief undergraduate advisor of the College AND ALSO with a member of the audiology faculty.

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